After completing a MA Programme in Philosophy & Economics at the University of Bayreuth and a work stay at the United Nations in New York, Paul Hufe currently pursues a PhD within the framework of the Mannheim ScienceCampus for Taxation (MaTax) at the Graduate School of Economics and Social Science (GESS) of the University of Mannheim.
In March 2015 he joined ZEW’s Research Group "International Distribution and Redistribution" at ZEW. His research interests particularly include the areas of equality of opportunity and optimal income taxation.
Why I chose the University of Mannheim and in particular the GESS
Because of its close collaboration with the ZEW and its excellence in taxation research.
The best part of being a doctoral student here
A rigorous course program, which provides a solid preparation for further research endeavours.
A description of my fellow doctoral students